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Chosen by a poll of film directors in 2012 as the ninth greatest film ever made, Andrei Tarkovsky’s unconventional and beautifully poetic film fuses drama, documentary and dreams to express the regrets and reminiscences of a dying man.
Set in three time periods - the 1930s, 1940s and 1970s – the poet’s relationships with his mother, father, two wives, son and daughter are embedded in a subjective view of Russian history in the 20th Century.
An extremely rare opportunity to see this wonderful work on the big screen and in a new 2K restoration.
“My discovery of Tarkovsky…was like a miracle. Suddenly I found myself standing at the door of a room the keys of which had until then, never been given to me…Tarkovsky is for me the greatest.” - Ingmar Bergman
Introduced by Alena Lodkina, filmmaker, director of STRANGE COLOURS
To read Rod Bishop’s program notes on the film, head here.
Margarita Terekhova, Oleg Yankovsky, Ignat Daniltsev
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